Newborns, infants and some babies may have frequent experion, sometimes after each meal.
If diarrhea occurs, your child may develop nappy inflammation as a result of diarrhea and prevent it from doing so:
Constantly change the diaper.
Use creams and ointments that protect the nappy area from inflammation.
Use water to clean the nappy area when you have diaper infections and avoid using wet wipes.
Nappy area inflammation:
Diaper inflammation or rashes in the nappy area are a term that is called a skin condition in the diaper area of the children.
Causes of nappy inflammation:
The accumulation of urine inside the nappy and the formation of a protective layer on the surface of the skin causes excess fluidization of the skin.
Salts in the stools also erod erode the surface layers of the skin.
The degree of alkalinity increases as a result of the interaction of urine, feces and ammonia formation.
Friction in the nappy area also causes discomfort and inflammation.
Other causes such as fungi, bacteria, and other skin injuries.
Use changeable diapers, and consider the following when changing:
Gently clean your baby's skin with water and soft towels so as not to cause skin to be adinated.
Use a suitable type of wet tissue, preferably in cases of diaper inflammation.
Give your baby time without a diaper when changing to ventilate and dry the area.
Use a moisturizing cream that insulates urine and feces such as zinc oxide and others to prevent nappy inflammation.